A team of scientists at NSSDC, NASA’s permanent archive for space science mission data, restored data from the missions’ dust detectors which recorded information about the lunar surface. The team believe the last year and a half of the data has never been studied. The newly restored detectors contain information about the dust’s temperature and damage caused by high-energy cosmic particles and the sun’s ultraviolet radiation.
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